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>> the following is an abc 7 sports presentation. >> his name is robert griffin iii, and he has a new home. >> ♪ hold on to me as we go as we roll down this unfamiliar road and although this wave is stringing us along just know you're not alone because i'm gonna make this pla your home ooh, ooh, ooh ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh ooh, o, ooh ah, ah, ah ♪ >> yes, sir, rgiii has a new home, and redskins fans have new hope. >> abc 7 sports presents "the year of rgiii." >> from our rosslyn studios, the man of the hour, across t jumbotrons, rgiii, an entire half-hour dedicated to the redskins superstar. good evening. thank you for joining us.. tonight, the yeaear of rgiii and what a year it has been. what started out as the big grand, smiling kid at subway has turned into the quarterback leading the redskins to a potential super bowl. first up, seattle sunda but before that it was a long story, rich with a lot of different twists and turns. tim brant has the sto from the beginning. >> the superdome in new orleans. that is where this sean will end. it is also where the professional career o
anything wrong! >> reporter: his name is robert peterson, and he says getting tased is a small price to pay for his belief that the american government has no authority over him. >> reporter: what do you use it for? >> just target shooting right now. i haven't had to shoot anything yet. >> reporter: so you would never take a reaction that was like shooting cops? >> if he's shooting me first, then shooting back would be a good reaction. >> reporter: robert is one of the latest and youngest people to latch on to many of the believes of a growing underground movement known as sovereign citizens. people who do not believe that many of basic laws of this country apply to them. >> i'm not an american citizen. >> i would advise you not to say anything. >> i am my counsel. >> reporter: they have disrupted courtrooms, led police on high speed chases, and even engaged in murderous shootouts with authorities. there are an estimated 300,000 sovereign citizens in america. the fbi classifies them as a domestic terrorist movement. many of these people followed a scary progression from passionate but peace
with top nonfiction books and authors. booktv.org. >> now robert caro presents the fourth volume of his biography of lyndon johnson "the passage of power" "the years of lyndon johnson". this book has been nominated for the national book critics circle award in biography. it is about 45 minutes. [applause] >> thank you. that was such a wonderful introduction, a wonderful introduction. it reminds me what lyndon johnson used to say. and parents were alive to hear it. and his father would have loved it. and his mother would have believed it. when winston churchill was writing his great biography, and i am working on the system of four volumes. i am not comparing myself to winston churchill but in regard to the lyndon johnson biography we are in the same vote. people ask me don't you get bored? the answer is the very opposite is true. for one reason, i don't think of these books as being about lyndon johnson just as i didn't think the power brokers being about robert moses. i never had the slightest interest in writing a book just to tell the life of the famous man. from the moment i first t
. >>> still ahead here on "way too early" robert griffin iii limps his way through the loss. we'll show you the highlights and get redskins coach mike shanahan take next in sports. >>> plus, your country may be in a bad place when your selects start to defect to russia. gerard depardieu takes his hatred of the french tax code to russia. and a check of your weather when "way too early" comes back. >>> today in the oval office the big five, all of this nation's living president future current and past, the first and last time so many presidents gathered in the white house at once was back in 1981. [ male announcer ] staples is the number-one office superstore ink retailer in america. now get $6 back in staples rewards for every ink cartridge you recycle when you spend $50 on hp ink. staples. that was easy. in the middle of the night it can be frustrating. it's hard to turn off and go back to sleep. intermezzo is the first and only prescription sleep aid approved for use as needed in the middle of the night when you can't get back to sleep. it's an effective sleep medicine you don't take befor
on c-span2. ♪ ♪ this week on q & a two time pulitzer prize winning author robert caro discusses the passage of power. the latest book in the multivolume biography series intielgted "years of lincoln johnson." c-span: in the fourth book the pass of power. you talk about the tension between lyndon johnson and robert kennedy. five gus background when they met and why there was so much hatred. >> guest: the first time they met it was fascinating. lyndon johnson is the powerful majority leader of the -- for center of joseph mccarthy and the committee. the -- how do we know what happened the first time they met? with him told me the same story. he had breakfast every morning johnson in the senate cafeteria and joe mccarthy had the round table near the cashiers' register he would sit with the staffers. johnson walks in one morning and mccarthy was there including bobby kennedy. and mccarthy jumps in deference to johnson except robert kennedy. he sits there. and johnson walks over to the table and shakes hand and sees bobby kennedy isn't getting up and johnson knows how to handle any si
and choreographer robert moses with the message and meaning of moment. and news you can use. all next on black renaissance. >>> good morning i'm your host dr. brenda wade. weeks ago, 20 children and six adults were gunned down at an elementary school in connecticut. before, that the aurora theatre shooting. the columbine high school massacre. answering president obama's call, what can we as citizens do to stop the senseless violence? the last 26 years, dr. joe marshal and the omega boys club street soldiers has made it their mission to keep people alive. gun violence is the number one killer of young people. did you know that? omega boys shrub has become the national model for programs across the country and here to give us his take on how we can end gun violence in america is founder and executive director of the omega boys club street soldiers, dr. joe marshal. welcome back, joe. >> uh. >> great to have you back. >> thank you. thank you. >> you said at the white house talking about this issue. >> yeah. >> and getting your arms around it. why? >> why do we have this issue in america? >> well,
robert griffin, iii did at his position. he's kind of the one that steals the spotlight and kind of the face. does it ever bother you that maybe you don't get as much as your attention for your success or are you perfectly fine flying under the radar? >> i'm perfectly fine. i love flying under the radar. i don't play to be recognized. i'm glad robert is taking all the credit. he's the quarterback anyway. that's perfectly fine with me. i love flying under the radar. i play the game because i love it, not because i want to be recognized. i'm a bruiser. i can run over people at the same time and make people miss as well. >> reporter: the redskins finished with the league's top rushing offense. >> robert griffin, iii is already a legend and alfred morris is becoming one. >> never in a million years i would have thought he'd be my quarterback but just him being the quarterback definitely helped take pressure off me and helped took pressure off him. we worked together. it was perfect. we fell into the perfect position together and were able to be successful as rookies to lead our team
, will his words work against him? the shooting suspect, robert gerry jr., once is a case transferred -- robert gladden jr wants his case transferred. >> barry simms is outside circuit court. >> the judge says he will continue -- considered remorse. robert gladden jr. had to listen about those issues. hours after the gunfire, police interviewed the suspects accused of bringing a shotgun to the campus and shooting in the cafeteria. in the interview, robert gladden jr. said he was tried to make a statement. he is trying to get his case transferred from adel to juvenile court. prosecutors are using his own worst to show he planned an attack and prove to reject -- toa judge in should be in any adult venue. the defense protested to recorded phone conversations in which gladden talked about the point of shooting, which seriously wounded a special needs child. the defense claimed it was not fair and statements would be taken out of context. the judge allowed it and gladden shows detectives how people the shotgun, pointed it at students, and pull the trigger. he told officers he carried 21 bu
>> you have written are your book started out with the chief justice roberts last time, sort of manning ling the oath f is there a manning ling this morning at five minutes to 12 and goes over until five minutes after 12, does joe biden become president for five minutes? >> you know what he doesn't. one of the great things about constitution is there are gaps and mysteries. suppose, just for example, president obama didn't take the oath. you know what would happen? nothing. he would be the president. >> really? >> is quite clear that the electoral college has met. he is going to be the president at noon. but the constitution also says take the oath, but the ambiguity there even if he didn't take the oerkts he would still become president. i don't think is there any chance of that he is going to be there to take the oath. >> we have a little clip of the flub four years ago, you have unique insight into this i want to play it remind our viewers what happened and then we will discuss. >> the oath, senator? >> i am. >> i, barack hussein obama do solemnly swear -- >> i barack hussein obama d
by his immediate family, president obama was sworn in by justice john roberts, who after famously flubbing the words four years ago, this time read from a printed script. >> that i will faithfully execute -- >> that i will faithfully execute. >> -- the office of president of the united states. >> the office of president of the united states. >> reporter: the presidential oath, punctuated by a playful critique from the obama's youngest daughter. >> i did it. >> reporter: the first lady later tweeting, "i'm so proud of him." with the public event tomorrow, why another oath today? the constitution mandates the president's term ends at noon on the 20th day of january. and this year, for only the seventh time, that fell on a sunday. >> i, joseph r. biden, jr. -- >> reporter: vice president biden was sworn in separately this morning by justice sonia sotomayor, the first hispanic judge to administer the oath of office. >> the duties of the office of which i'm about to enter. >> so help me god. >> so help me god. >> reporter: at a preinaugural ball last night, the vice president mistakenl
justice roberts. this time, it went off without a hitch. it was a very intimate setting in the white house blue room, the president surrounded by some close family members and friends. the first lady, his daughters, also his sister and his mother-in-law and brother. and it was a short event. only lasted for about 30 seconds. and then afterwards, sort of a colorful moment, where the president was hugging the first lady, hugging the first daughters and then his daughter, sasha, his youngest daughter, saying to the president, "well, you didn't mess up," again, making reference to the last four years ago when they did have those problems and the president saying, "i did it." so, that was kind of the end of this first phase of the president getting sworn in. and of course, tomorrow is the more public event, when hundreds of thousands of people will get a chance to witness the president getting the -- this oath administered at the capitol. >> most people looked at, of course, the first lady, her new haircut and you girls looking so big, as tall as the first lady and you the president, dan. >> al
with higher level skill sets like robert heft, on assignment and resources connection. we want the higher skill plays. a massive skill shortage in this country, and even though the job market is far from being in good shape, there are still high demand for skilled temps, people with information technology skills, accounting skills, engineering degrees and highly skilled workers higher to recruit, they carry higher margins for staffing companies. the way i just said that makes it sound like these firms are involved in human trafficking. so let me explain how this works. when a staffing company gets a temp a job with one of their clients, there is a spread between what the employer pays and what the temp receives, so the employer might pay $22 per hour, but the temp would say $18 an hour, and the staffing company pockets the $4 spread. with higher skilled workers, that spread, which some of you might have heard of this weekend, is called the vig, larger. so we need to choose among the three high skill staffing plays much. robert ha we want to focus on staffing plays that cater to smaller co
." and robert costa from the national review. if i wanted a deal, i wouldn't insult, demonize and pound away at the opposition. he certainly to use a cnbc phrase is not rising above partion. where does he get off doing this? >> larry, this is the politics of what happens in washington. president obama went to the podium today and he outlined the hard-line position. this was red meat for the liberal base. we know though just as we saw in the fiscal cliff that a deal will have to be struck to avoid a government shut down. i think he ultimately he will come to the center, depends how much. >> kate, i don't think america is a deadbeat nation and i don't think republicans are deadbeats because they want to cut spending. which is really the big problem. >> yeah, this president has zero interest in cuttings or discussing cutting spending. he's made it clear, carnie made it clear. obama wants to destroy the opposition here. saying that the republicans are holding a gun to the head of the american people, that was a shocking statement that they want to limit payments to the elderly and yet again chil
of 60 kashmir was robert hackert, a man with a history of violence in numerous felony convictions. on the morning of february 16, a team of officers who set up outside the apartment to conduct a probation search. once it was determined that sector was in sight, the officer's watch for several hours as this aspect -- suspects came and left sparking a suspicion that he was engaged in narcotics trafficking that day. there was a female suspect that the brought to children inside the suspected drug house. at 10:30 hours he emerged from the front door and had a cell phone conversation before going back inside. at 11:30 a male subjects and to the house and officers took the time of advantage to make their approach to the front door and yelled out police, a provision search and enter the residence. manning encountered heckert walking down a hallway toward him. manning sa anw a concerning said. he sought a loaded gun in his hand. he instinctively call that gun to officers and anyone else. he grabbed for the gun, and they were engaged in locked in hand- to-hand combat. heckert pulled him in
justice john roberts will swear in president obama this morning. justice roberts will get in a little practice. history won't repeat itself from the 2009 inauguration flub. suzanne malveaux reminds us how everything went down then and what we can expect now. >> i barack -- >> i will execute the -- faithfully the office of the president of the united states -- >> it was a slip of the tongue, a stumble over words both president obama, a constitutional law professor and chief justice of the supreme court john roberts should have known like the back of their hands. but the mistake made for an awkward moment in the middle of a solemn occasion. the swearing in of the first african-american president in front of a crowd more than a million strong on the national mall. robe robert's flub was significant enough that the oath had to be taken again. the very next day at the white house. >> i will faithfully execute the office of president of the united states. >> reporter: cnn senior legal analyst jeffrey toobin wrote an entire book about this awkward moment in presidential history titled "the o
. for much of the redskins' season, the focus has been on a rookie quarterback robert griffin iii, for good reason. but another player has gotten the spotlight. jummy olabanji has more on him. >> there is no denying that alfred morris has had a standout season. he has helped carry the team forward. the 24-year-old has rushed for more than 1600 yards and scored more than a dozen touchdowns in his first nfl season. if the redskins win it this weekend, he is going to have to play big. >> i think the redskins are going to do what they do every week. they will show up and rushed for 160, 170 yards. >> every time he scored a touchdown this season, he did his signature move, mimicking a baseball player hitting a home run. he met the ball club this summer when they came to ashburn. he immediately became one of the biggest fans, even checking out a game during his break from football. >> great that he did that for us. >> he promised that he would shout them out with every touchdown. >> i'm like, i kind of like that. >> everyone is hoping for a big win. jummy olabanji, abc 7 news. >> some of the reds
be reproduced. >>> coming up, dr. robert lust i go and how to eat better and why calories are not created equal. when you have diabetes... your doctor will say get smart about your weight. i tried weight loss plans... but their shakes aren't always made for people with diabetes. that's why there's glucerna hunger smart shakes. they have carb steady, with carbs that digest slowly to help minimize blood sugar spikes. and they have six grams of sugars. with fifteen grams of protein to help manage hunger... look who's getting smart about her weight. [ male announcer ] glucerna hunger smart. a smart way to help manage hunger and diabetes. >>> i think i speak for almost everybody. if it's in front of me, i eat it. i love cheesits. if you put a bowl in front of me, i would probably eat them all. >> that was one of my favorite interviews, mayor bloomberg of new york. not immune, apparently, to temptation. this time of year, a lot of us vow to eat right but we don't have a plan. and it is tough. i try and keep it simple, try and focus on things that are easy to remember and support these things with rea
be reproduced. >>> coming up, dr. robert lustig and how to eat better and why calories are not created equal. this was the hole my waist was on. but since i've been on alli, am i on this one? nope. am i on this one? no, no, no, no, no. i am on this one. [ male announcer ] for every 2 pounds you lose through diet and exercise alli can help you lose one more by blocking some of the fat you eat. simple. effective. belt-friendly. let's fight fat with alli. learn more, lose more at letsfightfat.com. >> i think i speak for almost everybody. if it's in front of me, i eat it. i love cheesits. if you put a bowl in front of me, i would probably eat them all. >>> that was one of my favorite interviews, mayor bloomberg of new york. not immune, apparently, to temptation. this time of year, a lot of us vow to eat right but we don't have a plan. and it is tough. i try and keep it simple, try and focus on things that are easy to remember and support these things with real evidence. i'll tell you, one man who really opened my eyes is dr. robert lustig. >> i hope i will have debunked the last 30 years of nutr
. >> congratulations, mr. president. >> john roberts administered the holt and president obama and daughters stood by his side. >> for we, the people, understand that our country cannot succeed when a shrinking few do well and a growing number barely make it. >> the weather was chilly but michelle obama and president obama took time to walk some of the parade walk. >> and the ball is underway right now in washington, d.c. a live look at president obama and michelle obama having this dance. the festivities under way in the nation's capital. let's take a listen. [ music playing ] >> al green toon there. >> there are only two balls this year. the president and the first lady enjoying the dance. >> tens of thousands of people filled the national mall today to get a look at the inauguration ceremony. ktvu's ken pritchett is live in the nation's capital where he spoke with people who were thrilled to be a part of history. ken? >> reporter: by one estimate the crowd size at this inauguration was bigger than expected, 1 million people. we were in with that crowd as they converged on the capital. many who
much he loves to run. dr. james andrews released this statement robert griffin iii had successful knee surgery early this morning. he had a direct repair of his lcl and a redo of his previous acl reconstruction. we expect a full recovery and it is everybody's hope and belief that due to robert's high motivation he will be ready for the 2013 season. now, if that timetable of six to eight months holds true, griffin could join his team in training camp and possibly start the season but, of course, only time will tell. more on griffin's surgery a little later in sports. >>> i'm anita brikman at medstar national rehabilitation hospital in d.c. where the talk is all about rgiii, his recovery from the knee surgery today and specifically what kind of rehabilitation he can expect. joining me now is gina brown, a sports medicine specialist, physical therapist. when does rehab start for rgiii? >> tomorrow. he will come back, and he will probably go to the training room with a physical therapist, and their goals will be to basically work on decreasing the pain and the swelling that's in that joint
robert speta. robert? >> well, gene, over much of the beijing area, northeast china we've been seeing this high pressure in place and it has been acting as a cap keeping the pollutants in the air across much of the region. the high pressure will transport down here towards the south and the winds will shift from the west to the east. what happens is as that does so it will be transporting along much of northeastern china and all those pollutants and aerosols into korea and across japan. even into japan you've been seeing some of this. across western japan as well. so definitely want to watch this. anybody with respiratory issues you need to keep a close eye. stay indoors if possible. also it's going to be continuing to linger throughout your day on thursday and friday then another weather system will be pulling through. that's not only going to bring rain showers but shift these winds from the south and on tokyo on saturday it will be affecting here. more weather in 20 minutes. >>> okay. thanks being rocket. islamists extremists are launching attacks across north africa and world lead
, robert griffin iii's long recovery begins hours of their he had surgery to repair two ligaments. the controversy remains a big headline as does when he will return to the football field. tim brant, who has called nfl and college football games for 30 years is live to lead our rgiii coverage. >> the criticism is reaching a crescendo against mike shanahan and the washington redskins. it was the worst case scenario for the washington redskins. it lasted 5.5 hours. they repaired the lateral ligament and the aclu. -- acl. this is the second time rgiii's knee has been reconstructed. the integrity had been compromised in the longevity somewhat diminished. when can you expect him back? that also is controversial. the first six-eight weeks of recovery are critical. the redskins says he could be back in the six-eight months. that is very optimistic after a full reconstruction of the need. it is a redo, the second time he has had the knee reconstructed. that is the optimistic probability. the rehab it now begins. he is fit and extremely motivated. >> we definitely know that much. the recon
. support >> along road to recovery also begins for redskins quarterback robert griffin iii following surgery to repair a torn acl and lcl. >> doctors expect a full recovery. the sports director tim brant has more. >> hello. rgiii, the big story this surgery to repair the lcl and the acl and they trimmed the cartilage. it was a full reconstructive surgery. he has done in college in 2009. it is the second acl reconstructive surgery. integrity of his knee seems to be ok again, according to dr. andrews. they prepare for time will be six months to eight months and could be ready for the 20001413 season. maryland terrapins trying to extend their winning streak against florida state last night at the comcast's center. it came down to this, a chance to tie the game in the closing seconds, but they blocked the shot. they had a chance, but it was blocked. maryland loses. the florida some models coming back and win the game. maryland 1 and 1. have a great day. >> a with abc 7 and wjla.com for continuing coverage of robert griffin's road to recovery. >> d.c. mayor vincent gray is making good on
's right. so can i come to you if there's anything i need to know? certainly. why not? where's robert? he went straight to his room as soon as he came back. he wants us all in the library at 8:00. why? i don't know quite how to put this. try. (sighs) looking through the books, there appears to have been a great deal of waste. what do you mean? as far as i can tell there's been no proper management for years. the rents are unpaid or too low. there's no real maintenance scheme. and half the assets are underused, or else ignored entirely. you're not saying papa is guilty of anything? not in that way, no, of course. i don't mean to pull rank, matthew, but a country estate is not a city business. there are people, many people, we have to look after. nobody benefits when the thing is badly run. well, obviously, if that's your impression, you should talk it through with papa. i can never go back to ireland? that's impossible. if you do, you'll be put in prison. it's the best i could manage. cora: surely they need proof to ban a man from his own country. they have more proof
a deal on ticket, it may be a scam. >> every seat is a great seat. >> robert macon holds in his hands a rare treasure, he's got tickets to the superbowl. >> they're in the upper deck. >> that's where he'll watch the ravens take on the 49ers. . >> the value of the tickets and the demand for those tickets goes through the roof. >> so do the efforts of scammers. they know you want tickets so they'll spend the next ten faking them. >> the you kournt fetters -- counterfeiters are going through hoops to try to make tickets and the harder we make it, the better job we do for the league. >> he can't talk specifics about what's dub for obvious -- done for obvious reasons but he can help you spot the fakes. fake tickets may have color that is off or spotted and the edges may be skuched. he says if you have a friend with tickets, you should try to compare the ones you're considering side by side with legitimate ones. and youshould not buy from an someone on the street. >> you have to question how is someone going up and offering it for sale for cash to anyone walking by. >> robert macons
workers were seized on wednesday. 32 militants reported dead. nbc's annabel roberts is following developments tonight. >> reporter: algerian special forces launched a final assault this morning. local media report the remaining seven hostages being held at the plant were executed and their captors killed. leon panetta said the perpetrators will be hunted down. >> just as we cannot accept terrorism attacks against our cities, we cannot accept attacks against our citizens and our interests abroad. >> reporter: these weapons were left behind by the militants, according to algerian sources. their occupation of the gas plant deep in the sahara desert has cost many lives. this video broadcast on algerian television is said to have been shot on a cell phone by a hostage freed by the algerian army, walking to safety, past the bodies of those he once worked beside. nbc news has not been able to verify its authenticity. some hostages have talked of extreme brutality. >> translator: i told them that i was an algerian muslim and they said okay, okay, don't be scared. we haven't come for you.
're glad you're so on top of it. this grinch didn't steal your christmas. >>> in france, a guy named robert wallace is speed-riding. basically has what they call an air foil behind him. a small parachute that can lift him up off the ground as they're heading down the mountain. but robert, as he goes over the cliff edge, he gets a little mixed up and goes for a heck of a crash. >> we're see beiing this from a camera attached to robert. the air foil, a tangled mess. now he's sliding down the hill with the snow going down there with him. >> almost like he's stuck in an avalanche. >> it looks like he had a ton of snow to cushion his fall. >> robert posted the video and he's been talking about, so we believe that he didn't suffer any serious injuries. >> a cool sport, a lot of fun. but i guess you have to go through a couple of these figure out how to do it right. because essentially, you're trying to fly. you're going to crash. >>> these guys can't wait to start free running. >> they use the caddy. >> see how they parcourse with a car. >>> and a porcupine that's a bit p.o..ed with a skier. >> h
robert kennedy did not believe the lone gunman theory behind the assassination of his older brother jfk. much more on that coming up. >>> we'll start with a look at the overnight headlines and as always we turn mr. ron claiborne for that. >> good morning, dan and bianna. we'll begin with the frightening scene in a movie theater in san diego. another shooting just six months after the tragedy in colorado but this time it was the police doing the shooting. >>> i heard two shots, and i went to the floor. >> reporter: the audience at this san diego movie theater were there to see "les miserables" but instead, an intense real-life standoff played out before their eyes. >> we all got on the floor and then started heading for the exits. >> reporter: the dramatic ordeal began at 2:10 in the afternoon at a nearby marie callender's restaurant. a man with a history of domestic violence attempted to abduct his girlfriend at gunpoint. she escaped. and called the police and then the hunt began. >> he was armed with what is described as a handgun. >> reporter: 20 minutes later half a mile away a matin
next week warm, dry weather. (male announcer): now, here's stanley roberts who found people behaving badly. >> this is a nice green grassy lawn located in the inner sunset section of san francisco and who doesn't like green grass unless it's fake green plastic grass yuck, anyway for years people have been doing something that the city wish they wouldn't its paving over their front lawn to make room for more parking, and i do understand parking is always at a premium in the city by the bay. but in 2002 the city passed an ordinance that prohibits homeowners from replacing the grassy areas with concrete part of the problem is when it rains the runoff get absored by the ground, but with concrete the water has nowhere to got so overwhelms the storm drains stand up at 22nd and irving almost 90 percent of the entire block has been paved over in violation of a san francisco ordinance this driveway was paved over yet get this. they painted the concrete green, and just think they almost fooled me this homeowner did the same thing, except they place these nice planter decoration, yup that with
, robert griffin iii, russell wilson, and alfred morris. only non-quarterback in the group, who gets your vote and why? >> robert griffin iii gets my vote because he's the best player on the team. >> okay. >> and in the nfl. >> body of works, 16 weeks. 16 weeks. he didn't play 16 weeks. >> right. that's fine. >> he missed eight games. >> they were 3-6. >> didn't finish three others. >> they were 3-6. now they are division champs. >> correct. he won 10 games. but he didn't play in all 10 of those wins, is my point. >> it's not rookie of the year-- >> andrew luck has 11 wins. >> that's fine. >> russell wilson has 11 wins. >> look at his numbers. the numbers speak for themselves. look at rg-iii numbers. >> sound like a politician. >> look at andrew luck's numbers. rg-iii wins. >> no, he does not. >> easily. >> you say hands down, i say hands up. should be alfred morris. it's a quarterback-driven league. we get that. >> okay. >> this guy broke the redskins single-season rushing record. we're talking about for the team, the storied franchise that is the washington redskins. we can't discount t
at the hurdles ahead. >> brown: then, the cliffhanger and the cliffs to come. maya macguineas, robert reich, and douglas holtz-eakin debate the deal struck by congress and the white house. >> woodruff: margaret warner has the latest from india where the suspects in a new delhi gang- rape were officially charged with murder, rape, and kidnapping today. >> brown: the crisis beneath the streets. miles o'brien reports on a growing threat to the country's infrastructure-- aging sewer systems. >> in detroit, there are 3,500 miles of sewer lines, some of them dating back to the mid 19th century, the crumbling pipes offer a glimpse at a huge national engineering challenge that is largely unseen and unappreciated. >> woodruff: and ray suarez examines the changing face of cable television as al jezeera, the pan arab news giant, buys current tv, a television channel founded by al gore. >> brown: that's all ahead on tonight's "newshour." >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: ♪ ♪ ♪ moving our economy for 160 years. bnsf, the engine that connects us. >> and by the alfred p. sl
: is that the case in missouri? mr. koester: that is the case in missouri. chief justice roberts: in some cases i suppose the judges actually want to read the affidavit and give it some thought. it's not going to be 3 minutes. mr. koester: that's exactly right, mr. chief justice. i think if we were to the point where we were approving search warrants in 3 minutes, it would essentially be a rubber stamp justice ginsburg: but we do have, i think, an indication that there are jurisdictions that do it inside of a half- hour. mr. koester: that may be true, justice ginsburg. justice sotomayor: so do you define reasonableness -- justice kagan: you suggest that 15 or 20 would be a different case. i am wondering where you would draw the bright line. mr. koester: that's a difficult question, to draw a bright line for exactly when we would draw the line where -- where the exigency would disappear. justice sotomayor: so would the importance of the search warrant suggest, as a constitutional right, suggest that we should judge reasonableness by the people who are the least efficient or by the people who are t
season. here's a statement from dr. andrews who performed the surgery. robert griffin 3 had successful knee surgery earlier this morning. he had a direct repair of his lcl and redo of his previous acl reconstruction we expect a full recovery. it's everyone's hope and belief that due to his high motivation, he'll be ready for the 2013 season. there is precedent for quick return. the vikings running back adrian peterson tore his acl last year and came back for an amazing season this year and our lindsay murphy has been on the story and joins us now with more. lindsay? >> reporter: yes, scott. robert griffin 3 story has been the great debate since sunday night. redskins fans on twitter have not been shy when speaking about the situation. but when news came out he was having surgery this morning, many shared the same thoughts, that they can wait however long as long as robert gets healthy. he was an unstoppable force on the football field this season and candid off of the field. >> we never shared a burrito. for the first time since he was drafted second overall last april, robert griffin
robert griffin iii. stay tuned for that. >> scott, see you in a bit. >>> well, they are getting the field ready for sunday's wildcard match-up. this was the scene earlier today as sky fox flew high above fedexfield. the question is what kind of weather will greet the fans going to the stadium this sun. i am with gary mcgrady -- that was today, right? >> why he. >> it was fabulous. we want it know about game day sunday. >> i want to know how you got your jersey and how you got approval to wear a football jersey on television. >> what are you talking about? redskins. this is north donovan mcnabb, so you know. it's fox5. >> turn around. that's how you know it's a shawn yancy special. did they deliver that today to you? >> yeah, i will not reveal that. >> i am sure -- >> we are showing our redskins pride. >> what's going on sunday? >> i didn't see anything on my desk. nothing. >> well, give us a good forecast and we'll talk. >> if they'll send me a redskins tie i'll wear it. bow tie, this kind of tie, whatever. i don't even know where you would find one. 4:30 is kickoff. 4:37. something like
think tank. and robert reich served as bill clinton's secretary of labor. he's now professor of public policy at the university of california, berkeley. maya, i saw that the fix the debt web site blog today said "the good, the bad and the ugly" of the deal. explain what you saw. >> well, the good news is that we didn't go over the fiscal cliff. i truly believe that would have been so damaging for the country and the economy and likely put us back in recession. what we also didn't do is fix the problem of the deficits and debt in this country. >> brown: the problem. >> that we're borrowing much too much and our debt is growing faster than our economy. we didn't take this opportunity to replace the cliff with a big comprehensive plan that would deal with all the broken parts of the budget and gradually, not abruptly, but graduately put the debt on a downward path. and in this deal that we had, the revenues probably not enough to fix the problems and notably absent were any changes to the nation's entitlement programs and once again we waited until the 11th hour to do this deal and the re
court court justice robert jackson. tell us how that came about because i want to lead and to which you have with some of the conservatives among blacks than whites. >> guest: great. jackson was i think seeing my family than i say great justice. he had been the prosecutor at the nuremberg war charles. he actually taken time off from the court and gone to nuremberg and been the chief prosecutor and then came back to the court. so rehnquist graduates from the stanford law school early at the end of 1952. he was actually in the class that would've graduated a semester later, the rehnquist finished his work. he was so smart he got out early. so it was clear when i was researching through his papers and lucky not the diaries that he had actually, that were on were on deposit with his papers, which were fascinating. he had six notebooks that were filled with his reminiscences, desires and early comments and memoirs. one of the things that was clear was that he really saw himself destined for some important job. he actually on the court probably are certainly somewhere in government because he
friends and members of the president's extended family, as well as chief justice john roberts. at 11:55 in the morning president obama will enter the room along with first lady and their daughters, sasha and milia. the first lady's father gave that bible to his own mother in 1958 and the first lady's grandmother used it for many years and it's now been handed down to the next generation. so, it's very sentimental in their family. now, the chief justice will administer the 35-word oath. that's spelled out in article 2, section 1 of the constitution, as you know. >> hope he does a better job this time. >> oh, that man is never going to live it down. >> that was a mess up that will go down in history and the oath has to be taken before noon. as it's spelled out in the constitution, as well. now, you referred to the mess up last time. john roberts, the chief justice, made that mistake at the first inaugural. so, this, he had to do a redo. that redo last time was in the map room of the white house, not the blue room. this is the third time president obama will have taken the oath. the onl
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